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COMP Cams MaxJet Alcohol Jets MJ136-2

COMP Cams MJ136-2 - COMP Cams MaxJet Alcohol Jets

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Carburetor Jets, Gasoline, Hole Size .136 in., Pair

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Brand: COMP Cams

Manufacturer's Part Number: MJ136-2

Part Type: Carburetor Jets

Product Line: COMP Cams MaxJet Alcohol Jets

Summit Racing Part Number: CCA-MJ136-2

UPC: 036584712169

Jet Type: Main

Jet Fuel Type: Alcohol

Jet Drill Size (in): 0.1360 in.

Jet Material: Brass

Thread Size: 1/4-32 in.

Quantity: Sold as a pair.

Notes: Produced with a 5/16 in. hex head.

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How many times have you heard a racer say, "I made two jet changes, but the engine still didn't run properly"? The reason for this relates directly to the jets being used. Typically, jets are installed with flat blade screwdrivers, and the slots are damaged to some degree during installation, altering fuel delivery by up to 50 percent. This problem can be solved with COMP Cams MaxJet alcohol jets. These jets are available from 0.050 in. to 0.130 in. increments and are compatible with all known racing fuels. They are easily crossed over from Holley jets, are produced with a 5/16 in. hex-stock brass, and are installed using a 5/16 in. nut driver, eliminating the fuel delivery damage caused by slot-type jets. They are virtually indestructible and provide smooth and precise fuel delivery.


Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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